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Welcome to our site! We are All Gardens Great and Small landscape gardeners established in 1983 and we design and create gardens just for you all over much of Sussex, Surrey and Kent.

Peter is a specialist brick, patio and paving layer. Ornate steps are regularly built in stock bricks, but much of our work is completed using Indian stone. We undertake the complete construction ourselves. We have our own mini digger and powered barrow. We prepare quickly and tidily, then fix the levels, add any drainage and then build.

Our fuller more detailed site is at www.allgardensgreatandsmall.co.uk and we also edit www.allgardens.net

Landscape Architects

Welcome to our landcaping site. We design and build complete or parts of your garden. All work completed to a high standard at competitive prices. Ian is very happy to call round to give initial ideas and costs for the work involved. Peter has been with the company since 1984 and well experienced in the complete art of landscaping. We do have a fuller site at https://www.allgardensgreatandsmall.co.uk if you wish to delve deeper!

About

We can work with designers such as Nigel Phillips or Julian Treyer Evans to name but 2 good local designers.
We are happy to work within about 25 miles of lewes. This means we work in Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Hassocks, Brighton, Hove, Henfield, Worthing, Littlehampton, Shoreham, Lancing, East Grinstead, Crawley, Seaford, Uckfield, Sevenoaks, Edenbridge, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and any towns and villages nearby.

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We like to post images…

We post on Instagram and on Facebook.

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We also edit a new gardening website www.allgardens.net with Richard. This is also a project worth following

Contact

Contact us by email preferably! We do take telephone messages, but are not too good on the ansaphone. Texts are possible too.

Our mobile number for calls/text is 07973-865850

Our office numbers are 01273-890747 and 01444-848177

Email is ian@aggs.co.uk

visit us on Instagram to quickly view some recent works.

Payments for works are preferred by bank transfer (BACS)